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against the ravens. they fined him $100,000 for nearly stepping on the field just as ravens kick returner jacoby jones running up the sideline. it is obvious to everybody at this point that he kind of did it on purpose. baltimore did get the win. tomlin says he is taking full responsibility for a blunder but that he doesn't want to answer any more questions about it. the league did not rule out further penalties including removal or alteration of steelers draft picks. so they're taking this one pretty seriously. finally, a little soccer. looks like we have a new candidate for goal of the year. liverpool's luis suarez, he had four goals in the game. they won 5-1 over norwich center, nothing more impressive than that baby. that is incredible. are we going to loop that again? watch this. that's just incredible. i mean that is -- literally unstoppable. that's for joe. and also my son has a liverpool winner hat even though he's never seen them play. >> that is cool. >> i like the tie. you match the thing behind you. >> i purposely did that. the icy tie. yeah, big ice storm coming to the portio
to the ravens, though the coach says his actions were embarrassing and inexcusable, the league still might reduce the team's draft picks. >>> olympic skiing champ lindsey vonn was back upon the slopes on wednesday. the first time since a reinjury during a november training. she says she felt good, but we'll see how practice goes today before deciding to race this weekend. >>> his shoe falls off, so michigan's nick stauskas throws it two rows deep. was he giving duke fans the heel? they didn't mind. they throw it back. some fans offering their black la lace-ups to stauskas. >>> it's gone viral. close to 8 million views. a fan and the detroit pistons dancing usher battling on the dance cam last month. jimmy kimmel says, hey, let's take him inside our theater here and get a rematch. do you give it to the young antwan alexander or the usher? you got to give it to antwan. nice little kid. >>> just ahead a home burglary scare for karrie russell. >>> plus, the hills are alive with the sound of music. a preview of tonight's live event on nbc. >>> welcome back. i mentioned it before, that there is
for the eagles -- i'm sorry, for the redskins game. for the ravens game. for all of that activity. then we're going to get warmer on monday before our next cooler blast arrives. it is petline time. and we are here with gavin who is an honorary cocker spaniel. he's here from the cocker spaniel rescue. this is jim. thank so you much for bringing gavin in. he's such a good boy. he's been very quiet and very patient as he was waiting for his turn on the newscast. >> he's a wonderful boy. he's 5 or 6 years old, a mix who came from southern virginia. they insisted we take him and we do take honorary cokers as we call -- cockers as we call them. a sweet, wonderful boy. >> you brought me in a calendar. do you want to tell me anything about the calendar that you brought? >> oh, yeah. we have -- one of our fund- raisers is our cocker spaniel calendar 2014. it's on sale on our website. >> cocker spaniel rescue.com. easy to remember. >> and at our adoption shows. it's part of our fund raising efforts. >> thank you so much, jim. thank you, gavin. >>> welcome back. we're going to have fun with two young
,000 for interfering with a kickoff return during last night's game against the ravens. tomlin's action he affected a play on the field, tomlin took a step onto the field during jacoby jones return run. >> i intreas the responsibilities that come with my position and understand their repercussions from a blunder of that nature. and i embrace it. i also understand, with my position, comes the charge of preserving and protecting the integrity of the game of football. and i think probably my biggest error on thursday night is not realizing that that play jeopardized the integrity of the game from a perception standpoint. >>> now, football is not the only sport in which concussions have caused health concerns for practically everyone involved, nhl hasn't done enough to protect players, jessica taff spoke with john sinclair. >> we are seeking compensatory and punitive damages. we are asking the court to make a declaration that in fact the nhl new or should have known about the problems in the complaint about the links the connections if you will between sports injuries and brain injuries. and to say tha
: mike tomlin was fined $100,000 today stepping onto the field and impeding the baltimore raven jacoby jones in last week's thanksgiving day game >> reporter: is more going stays upright and play well you may not see much of terrell prior-year maybe and eight option play. but not as a starting quarterback. if mcgoin stays upright and plays well. >> reporter:the nfl may also dock pittsburgh a draft pick, "because the conduct affected a play on the field." the fine is the second-largest ever handed out to an nfl coach. tomlin apologized yesterday for the incident but insists it was >> reporter: monad scheduled premiere of sports night live with gary radnich which is being delayed until next week the 12th. is a little under the weather, he will be fine. featured on the show is warriors star stephanie and curried carrot >> pam: of course we are sending good wishes to gary. >> pam: thank you for watching the kron4 news at six. you can always get latest news at kron4.com. or download one of our mobile apps. see you at 8! >>> "omg! insider," the top trending stories you need to know. >> were
night loss to the ravens. tomlin apologized calling it embarrassing and inexcusable. there it is. the league will consider docking a draft pick but a decision will not be made until next year. >> i saw the photos of this. first time i have seen the video. what are you thinking? he played football. >> i don't think he was. >> i think -- remember when the jets did something sort of similar, but he was like a trainer. he's a player. he knows better than that. >> there's a lot of conspiracy theories but if you look he take one step on before he jumps off. what were you going to do. >> no good. >> uncool. >>> here we go. the holiday season. new york city just got brighter thanks to the giant christmas tree in rockefeller plaza. >> it was lit last night. a tradition that has taken place ever year since 1933. the 76-foot norway spruce features 45,000 lights and 9 1/2 foot wide star on top. >> man, oh, man. the tree is 75 years old, grown in connecticut and moved to new york last month. it will be on display until january 7th. looks gorgeous, doesn't it? >> absolutely. when it is taken d
stepped on the field just as the jacoby jones ravens kick returner was running up the sideline. the play may have cost the ravens a touchdown. baltimore did get the win. tomlin is taking full responsibility for the blunder and says he'll no longer answer questions about it. the league didn't rule out further penalties. >> stop it. >> hundred grand is enough. >> steelers will pay it. >> of course. katty this one is for you. candidate for goal of the year. liverpool maurice suarez set this goal. >> electrifies goal. >> volleyed from 40 yards out. check it again. oh, my goodness. >> can you doctor a soccer ball? >> put some weight on it. >> look at the arc of this. >> the way it dances. >> graceful. it's norwich. >> also the other big story in sports we talked, that big florida state, jamison winston in allegation of rape against him. coming up here bitter pill last march "time" magazine exposed shocking numbers on why the health care system is costing americans so much money. the author of that article is out with a follow up piece. results just as surprising. we'll talk about it next on "
a half of a foot of snow as the eagles took on the lions and they watched the ravens take on the vikings in zero visibility. they are racing to get the lights back on and thousands are living without power across the country and with the theft of new ice accumulations more outages could be on the way. all that and the official start of winter is still two weeks away. and winter of course still has the grip over much of the country. at least check airports reporting delays of deicing the planes and keep that in mind here and the northeast and the moisture will continue through the day. winds are pulling from the south and west and keeping the air a tad bit milder and instead of all the wintry precipitation we dealt with yesterday there is more in the way of rain today and new york city with the quick burst of snow it will get washed out before another round moves in and we have a number of advisories posted and travel plans along i-95 you will encounter slick spots and give yourself plenty of time and of course make sure that you provide a little bit of extra space between you and the car
fashion. a great finish. check it out. the vikings-ravens. we, of course, sped this up a little bit. >> no? >> these two teams, they combined to score if you have touchdowns in the final two minutes of the game. they scored 32 minutes temperature ravens ended up winning. a couple minutes later in bucs, this wild play happened. antonio brown looks like he has run for a touchdown. his footsteped out of bounds. the steelers lost. just a few minute later in foxboro, the patriots scored the touchdown, bought the the onside kick and stored another touchdown in the span of 30 seconds. they went on to beat the browns by a point. amazing finishes. if that wasn't enough, in denver, checker matt prater set an nfl record with a 64 yard field goal. check it out. barely gets over the crossbar, but it's in. he had that thin air in denver working for him there. but, man, what an impressive kick. >> i mean, when you take all of these highlights together, there is no way monday night football is going to do anything for anybody tonight. >> i love that. >> you can have a fall hangover on a monday night. >> a
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